Friday, May 25, 2007

Amazing Thing About Liberals and Their Interpretations

May 25, 2007

Occasionally I leave a comment at Tom DeLay.com, the former Speaker of the House. Recently, in a post he put up about Michael Moore’s new film, Sicko, I left the following,

“Funny thing from Moore in his defense of this garbage. He said, "he was just trying to visit the U.S. Guantanamo Bay detention camp after learning that suspected al-Qaeda detainees had access to better health care than many Americans."”

”I thought all we did to detainees in Guantanamo was abuse, torture and mistreat them?”

http://www.canada.com/nationalpost/story.html?id=45690180-4a04-4f4b-8657-684da7bde119

May 23, 2007 | LewWaters


Pretty cut, dired and simple, I thought. Of course, Liberals never see us that way. Immediately after my comment, one posted,

No Lew, Its lack of a fair trial is the main problem with Guantanimo. Remember innocent until PROVEN guilty. That does apply to "suspected" terrorists too. Prove they are terrorists instead of taxi drivers and farmers turned in for a reward, then put them away for life. But that would mean fallowing the Constitution, and you guys hate the Constitution.
May 23, 2007 | Bright Side



Followed by,

Bright....Our friend Lew is one of those guys who fears Liberty and Justice for ALL. He has no faith in our system.

What does that tell you?
May 23, 2007 | LeftCoast Tim


It just boggles my imagination how my posting about Moore commenting that medical care for detainees is superior to that everyday Americans receive is perceived in the manner these two moonbats do.

John Edwards is only partly right when he says there are two America’s. It is two entirely different worlds, one for Liberals and their twisted view of the world and the other for the rest of us that live in a real world.

For the life of me, I will never understand the Liberal mindset.

Lew

3 comments:

keepitreal said...

And, your liberal "friends" obviously have never studied the Constitution or its historical context. It is a document originally drafted and approved to set out a system of government as a compact between the people represented by their states and the federal government, setting out the limited role of said federal government. The Bill of Rights was added later to assure the rights of citizens of this country, not citizens of other countries. But, of course, they want to follow what they "feel" the Constitution says based upon what somebody else told them. Lazy citizenship.

Lew Waters said...

Basically, as I see it, they want no restrictions on themselves, free everything including money and not have to work for it.

Sorry, but the constitution guarantees you very little, other than the right to pursue your dreams.

The Gentle Cricket said...

It's impossible to debate with anyone willing to lie.